Greggs is looking to revive plans to expand its chain of 1,650 bakery outlets to 2,000 sites.
Greggs is to invest £25m in the expansion of its Newcastle-based chain of 1,700 bakery outlets over the next five years.
Greggs is planning to close in-store bakeries at 79 branches with the loss of 300 jobs, and a further 100 management jobs will also be lost.
Greggs is to focus on refitting its chain of 1,690 bakery outlets over the next few years, with the rate of new openings being reduced to 70 sites this year.
Greggs has won approval to build a new £30m pie factory at the former Johnsons Apparelmaster site in Hinckley, with the creation of 300 jobs.
Greggs is to invest up to £65m in improvements to its chain of 1,670 high street bakeries this year, including about 50 new sites and a possible new factory in the Midlands.
Greggs is to expand its chain of 1,670 bakery outlets with 50 new sites this year, and up to 300 will be refurbished.
Greggs is planning to build a new £35m savoury snacks factory in the East Midlands by 2014, with the creation of 400 jobs.
Greggs is planning to open a further 28 bakery outlets in Moto service stations, with the creation of 500 jobs.
Greggs is investing £1m at a new regional bakery on the City Trading Estate in Norwich, in order to support four new shops due to open in the area this year.
Greggs is planning to expand its chain of 1,571 bakery outlets with 90 more sites this year, with the creation of up to 800 jobs.
Greggs is planning to expand its chain of 1,571 bakery outlets with a further 90 sites this year, with the creation of 800 jobs.
Greggs is planning to open bakery outlets at up to 30 Moto motorway service stations across the country, depending on the success of a trial on the M6 in Cheshire.
Greggs is considering plans to set up a nationwide chain of Greggs Moment coffee shops, depending on the success of a trial outlet opening in Newcastle this week.
Greggs is to open a new £4.5m bakery in Penrith in September, with the transfer of about 100 staff from two existing sites.
Greggs is planning to open up to 80 bakery outlets in town centres, airports, industrial estates and retail parks this year.
Greggs is planning to open at least 70 new bakery outlets across the country in 2011, and its rate of shop refurbishments will double to 120 a year.
Greggs is seeking permission to build a new bakery at Solstice Park in Wiltshire, which would create up to 300 jobs by 2016.
Greggs is planning to expand its chain of more than 1,400 bakery outlets with up to 60 new sites this year, and is particularly interested in the South West, Scotland and Wales.
Greggs is to invest up to £300m in an expansion programme over the next five years, including 600 new bakery outlets and a new production facility to supply branches in the south.
Greggs is looking to expand its chain of bakery shops from 1,400 to more than 2,000, and is particularly interested in the South West, East Anglia and northern Scotland.
Greggs is planning to expand its chain of 1,400 bakeries with about ten new outlets this year, and the expansion rate will accelerate in 2010.
Greggs is to convert its chain of 160 Bakers Oven shops to its main Greggs brand.
Greggs is planning to open a further ten bakery outlets in the North West over the next year, to add to the existing 140.
Greggs is planning to expand its chain of 1,353 bakery outlets by opening 30 new sites a year.
Greggs is planning to build a new £16m 75,000 sq ft bakery in Openshaw, in order to relocate from its existing site in east Manchester, and construction work will start in autumn.
Greggs is closing 14 bakery shops and cutting 200 jobs, following a fall in profits at its Bakers Oven shops in northern England and Scotland.
Greggs is planning to expand its chain of 1,319 bakery outlets with about 50 new sites this year.
Greggs is planning to create 650 jobs at its bakery operations throughout the country over the next year.
Greggs is to build a new £13m 57,000 sq ft savoury production plant at Longbenton on Tyneside by 2006, with the creation of 50 jobs.
Greggs is to close the Carricks Bakery in Newcastle next year, but at least 55 of the 105 staff are expected to be retained in other parts of the business.
Greggs is to increase capital expenditure from £32m to £50m in 2005, in order to invest in new bakery stores and production facilities.
Greggs of Yorkshire has announced plans for a £4.5m expansion at its bakery in Leeds by August, with the creation of up to 30 jobs.
Greggs is to create more than 100 jobs in Yorkshire this year, including seven new stores and the expansion of its main bakery in Leeds.
Greggs has started work on the £2m expansion of its Birmingham headquarters, in order to support the expansion of its chain of bakery shops across the Midlands from 130 to 190 by 2008.
Greggs is to create 200 jobs in the south west and South Wales with eight new bakery shops and the expansion of its site in Treforest, which currently employs 400 people.
Greggs is planning to expand its chain of 1,200 bakery stores with 500 new outlets over the next five years.
Greggs is opening 50 bakery shops in the UK this year, taking the total to 1,194, and is about to take its first steps into continental Europe with two shops in Belgium.
Greggs is planning to expand its retail bakery business into continental Europe, and is seeking suitable sites in Germany, France and Spain.
Greggs is planning to open about 50 bakery and take-away shops a year, taking the total to 1,700 by 2008.
Greggs is planning to expand its chain of 1,100 bakery and sandwich shops to 1,700 over the next ten years.
Greggs is planning to open 60 new takeaway food shops by next year, as part of a strategy to expand its chain from 1,100 outlets to 1,400 by 2006.
Greggs is to double its bakery shops in the South West to 30 over the next three years, in a £1.2m expansion programme that will create about 100 jobs.
Greggs is to open 61 new bakery stores this year and close 36, and the total is expected to rise from 1,084 to 1,400 by 2006.
Greggs has won a concession to operate a bakery outlet at the Millennium Dome, in order to raise the profile of its Baker's Oven brand.
Greggs is to rebrand its 100 Braggs bakers shops as Greggs of the Midlands and its Leeds-based Thurston chain as Greggs of Yorkshire.
Greggs, the retail baker, is acquiring Birketts Holdings of Cumbria, which has 57 shops, for £3.2m.